Los Angeles police say an infant died and a little girl and a woman were hospitalized after they were found naked, unconscious and covered in a white powder-like substance in a store parking lot.
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The wildfires that have devastated California this month caused at least $1 billion in damage to insured property, officials said Thursday, as authorities raised the number of homes and other buildings destroyed to nearly 7,000.
Source: California fires cause $1B in damages, burn 7,000 buildings
Natalya Veselnitskaya, dubbed a “Kremlin lawyer” in the US media because of her meeting with President Trump’s son, has told RT that the Magnitsky Act … Via Youtube
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Former US President George W. Bush has launched a coded attack on the presidency of fellow Republican Donald Trump, saying “bigotry seems emboldened” in the United States in recent months. Speaking at the George W. Bush Institute in New York City on Thursday, Bush condemned bigotry, conspiracy theories and lies in American politics while endorsed […]
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Tweet that said John Hinckley Jr. was ‘needed again’ receives overwhelming praise Paul Joseph WatsonPrison Planet.comOctober 19, 2017 A tweet in which an individual ‘joked’ that John Hinckley Jr. should be prepared to go back to psychiatric hospital because “we need him again” to assassinate Trump received over 70,000 retweets and 170,000 likes on Twitter. […]
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Published time: 19 Oct, 2017 15:13 Students at one of Britain’s most prestigious universities are reportedly being sheltered from sexual and violent scenes in the plays of William Shakespeare. Advocates of the ‘trigger warnings’ – alerting readers to potentially distressing material – say they protect people from the possibility of being upset, while critics argue […]
Source: Cambridge University students given ‘trigger warnings’ in case Shakespeare upsets them — RT UK
Japan’s space agency said it has discovered an enormous cave beneath the lunar surface that could be turned into an exploration base for astronauts. It appears to be the perfect spot for humans to colonize the moon.
The discovery, made by Japan’s Selenological and Engineering Explorer (Selene) probe, comes as several countries compete to follow the United States in sending manned missions to the moon. Using a radar sounder system that can examine underground structures, the orbiter initially found an opening 50 meters wide and 50 meters deep, prompting speculation that there could be a larger hollow. Scientists at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Jaxa) confirmed the presence of the cave after examining the hole using radio waves.
According to The Guardian, the chasm appears to be structurally sound and its rocks may contain ice or water deposits that could be turned into fuel, according to data sent back by the orbiter, nicknamed Kaguya after the moon princess in a Japanese fairytale. Jaxa believes that the cave, located from a few dozen meters to 200 meters beneath an area of volcanic domes known as the Marius Hills on the moon’s near side, is a lava tube created during volcanic activity about 3.5 billion years ago.
The agency said the chamber could be used as a base for astronauts and their equipment because it would protect them from extreme temperatures. Lunar temperatures range from an average of 107 Celcius during the day to -153 Celcius at night, and radiation from the sun’s ultraviolet rays it extremely dangerous.
“We’ve known about these locations that were thought to be lava tubes … but their existence has not been confirmed until now,” said Junichi Haruyama, a senior researcher at Jaxa. Lava tubes “might be the best candidate sites for future lunar bases, because of their stable thermal conditions and potential to protect people and instruments from micrometeorites and cosmic ray radiation,” Haruyama said. “The same stable and protected environment that would ...
Canada's version of the Magnitsky Act approved by the Senate upper chamber was an irrational measure driven by a dubious character accused of fraud, the Russian Embassy in Ottawa said in a statement.
"In defiance of common sense S-226 is hastily signed into law," the embassy said in a tweet Wednesday. "Irrational act sponsored by fugitive fraudster & tax evader and Russia-haters."
On Tuesday, Canada's Senate in a final reading passed the bill, titled "Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act (Sergei Magnitsky Law)," which aims to impose restrictive measures on foreign nationals allegedly responsible for human rights violations.
Should Bill S-226 receive royal assent, it will enable Canada to "sanction, impose travel bans on and hold accountable those responsible for gross human rights violations and significant corruption."
Source: Russian Embassy: Canada's Magnitsky Law 'irrational act sponsored by fugitive fraudster'
One of Ireland's most notorious female killers has been found dead, the Irish Sun can reveal.
Evil Tanya Lambe, 40, was jailed for eight years in 2005 for beating innocent man Anthony Jordan to death with a hockey stick in 2003.
We can also reveal how Lambe was branded as "highly dangerous" at the time of her death.
And the killer, who had 62 previous convictions, was also linked to five other brutal assaults during her life of crime but never charged.
A source said: "Lambe was without question one of Ireland's most dangerous women. She was vicious and it's a miracle she didn't claim further lives.
"She didn't care who she targeted and every time she went out she was armed.
Source: Ireland's hockey stick killer found dead at home
The LAPD has opened an investigation into whether Harvey Weinstein raped an Italian model in 2013.
Source: The LAPD is investigating a new rape claim against Harvey Weinstein
The US is sending a guided-missile destroyer to the Korea Peninsula — here's the weaponry it's carryingThe US is sending a guided-missile destroyer to the Korea Peninsula — here's the weaponry it's carrying
It has a range of weapons to counter threats above and below the water.
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Photo by Maryland GovPics | CC by 2.0 Big Pharma is the culprit for the opioid crisis we have today. This is about crime in the suites. Big Pharma is the biggest legal drug pusher. The 2017 ranking of just the top 10 U.S. biotech and pharmaceutical companies equals $321 billion, based on revenue, according […]
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